e're fond of tradition here at Laudisi. Keeping tradition alive is a significant motivation for our daily activities, from traveling around the world to source the best pipes in existence, to maintaining a small batch blending approach at C&D, to unearthing little known details about a brand or maker to share here on our Daily Reader. But ancient traditions aren't our only traditions; we enjoy creating rituals of our own, as well. For the past 19 years, we've cultivated a number of holiday traditions, including our annual Christmas Party and Summer Picnic, each filled with activities we anticipate every year. But let's not forget Halloween.
For All Hallow's Eve this year, a host of haunts descended on our headquarters, from black cats and werewolves, to Jason Voorhees and even a spookily intimidating nun. All were surprisingly well-mannered and friendly, continuing to take customer service calls, process photos, ship packages, and even permitting photography, which we now share with all of you. Nice lot, really. Below you can find some of our favorite moments from the photo shoot.
Morticia and Gomez Addams
A very scary Nun
An enthusiastic Woodstock attendee & her Wolf looking to the err.. moon.
A very friendly, sequin-eared black cat
Coming all the way from Wakanda, Princess Shuri
The Wolf feeling the effects of the moonlight
Jason Voorhees unmasked
A Steampunk Ninja
Two bunnies showering Chucky with the love he's always needed
The infamous Minnie Mouse
Woodstock goer spreads peace and love
Okay, I didn't actually dress up this year, but they made me take a picture anyway. I'm guessing it was the hat.